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October 6, 2009  RSS feed
Ancient Celtic cultures had tales of dragons, Scotland has its Loch Ness Monster, the frozen north has its Abominable Snowman, and the forests of North America have their Big Foot. While it may be a little less well known, the creature of legend in South America is the Chupacabra.  More...
Do you grow roses? Many home gardeners don’t because they’ve been disappointed in the roses they have tried to grow. Several years ago a program that came to be called EarthKind™ was started in Texas. Rose growers were asked to name their most hardy roses. Over 100 different cultivars were picked for the first tests.  More...
Funeral services for Bobbie Leona Adams, age 77, of Fairfield, Texas, formerly of Houston were held 10:00 am, Thursday, October 1, 2009 at the Walters Buffalo Funeral Home in Buffalo, Texas. Rev. Jack Smith, Jr. officiated the service and interment was 3 pm in the Giesenschlay Cemetery, Burleson County, Snook, Texas. Walters Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.   More...
Family Literacy Night will be celebrated at Buffalo Elementary School on Tuesday, October 6, from 6:00-7:00 p.m., and a book fair will wrap around it (5:00-6:00 and 7:00-8:00)   More...
There's no reason to be boring or bored in Buffalo! Around town there are numerous new businesses and many have grown in the last year. Take a tour with me to see what's new or has recently improved and grown in our community. It's a quick list; apologies if I have left someone out.   More...
With back-to-back losses last week, the Lady Bison dug a hole for themselves as the first half of district play came to an end. Buffalo fell to Centerville on Tuesday, but the fatal blow came with a three-set loss to New Waverly on Friday. Centerville, the third ranked team in the state, cruised through the first half at 7-0. Anderson-Shiro sits in second place at 6-1.  More...
Sandy Wayne Lumley, (yes that is his real name), was appointed manager of the Ridley Block plant in Buffalo on July 1. Lumley has been with Ridley Block for ten years where he served as plant supervisor until his promotion. Ridley Block Operations manufactures and markets low-moisture nutritional blocks for livestock.   More...